Cities for Change
Change the world, start with the city!
Uj Europai Bauhaus: a megujulas szelleme (New European Bauhaus: the spirit of renewal)
The Covid-19 epidemic is causing crises or difficulties in many economic and social areas, while other processes are also affecting the change in our cities (climate change, energy management, housing and food problems, etc.). The pandemic forces us to redesign existing practices and systems, and to look at options from other perspectives. The New European Bauhaus provides a comprehensive content framework for this common thinking, setting out EU programs and guidelines for the coming years.
The New European Bauhaus (NEB) initiative aims to jointly create a livable, inclusive, sustainable and sustainable European way of life based on quality experiences and aesthetic principles, based on a circular economy. Its focus is on creating a livable environment. The initiative is to map the European Green Deal to society, which is a bridge between art, culture and science and technology, and aims to connect different generations and develop social mobilization. The NEB is therefore a movement that uses a variety of tools to reach as many European citizens, institutions and businesses as possible:
• the NEB is an open forum where anyone can share ideas or suggestions;
• NEB is a huge comprehensive community planning where the further phase of the program is determined by the joint results of the first period;
• the NEB is a guiding program that will frame future applications;
• NEB is an opportunity to rethink the future of our cities and our environment.
At our event, our interlocutors will be renowned professionals who have already joined the new European Bauhaus initiative.
Eszter Dávida, KÉK-Hungarian Contemporary Architecture Centre;
Réka Matheidesz, Moholy-Nagy University;
Barna Petrányi, Pro Progressione association
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